Get in line. Hold the line. For God’s sake.
These are conniving pastors who push forward women to serve the Lord’s Supper in their worship services.
These are hireling pastors who refuse to warn the couples in their church they are fully aware are using abortifacient contraceptive methods that they are engaging in serial murders.
These are faithless pastors who, fully aware couples in their church are refusing to obey God’s command to be fruitful and multiply, propagating a godly seed, never speak to them of the coming judgment.
These are celebrity Christians leaders who run around repeating that carefully ambiguous tripe, “godliness is not heterosexuality,” “all sins are equal,” and “heterosexuality cannot get you to Heaven so how in the world can homosexuality send you to Hell.”
Some notes on the Lord’s Day from Dustin Benge:
Q: Which is the fourth commandment?
A: The fourth commandment is, “Remember the Sabbath day, to keep it holy.”
Q: What is required in the fourth commandment?
A: The fourth commandment requires the keeping holy to God such set times as He has appointed in His Word, expressly one whole day in seven to be a holy Sabbath to Himself.
What questions should I ask on the Lord’s Day?
1. How can I apply today’s sermon this week?
2. Who did I meet today that I can encourage this week?
3. Who do I need to pray for this week?
4. How do I need to reform my worship to be more acceptable next week?
What is the Scripture? Robert Truelove takes up this question as it relates to textual criticism in this 2.5 hour, thought stimulating lecture: https://www.facebook.com/robert.truelove/videos/10212415138679728/
The couch is on fire.
The schools ought to be on fire.
“There was nothing wrong with our current education establishment that could not be fixed by burning all the schools, and hanging all the teachers.”
What’s going on with the album cover? No clue. Must be a Pacific Northwest thing.
What’s going on with this Aslan track? FIRE. Lots of fire, which seems to be a theme.
A move out of the evil Democratic Party is good. If it is not a move into Christ, built on the foundation of His Word, it will only ever be unmoored and subject to the comings and goings of men’s passions.
That red card was as legit as Steven Tyler’s hair.